The Big Scream Club is back at the Exeter Picturehouse – the Big Scream is the cinema’s film club for parents and babies.
The club, which is open to all parents and guardians of babies under one year old and allows parents the chance to go to the cinema and relax, knowing they don’t have to worry if their baby cries. It lost its slot in the programming shake up of 2008, but popular demand means it’s making a return for January.
The club will be held in the early afternoon of the first Monday of every month, with the first screening being Baz Luhrmann’s Australia (12A), starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, on Monday, January 5 at 1pm.
â€¢ The cinema is also planning to launch Autism Friendly Screenings, for parents and guardians of autism sufferers, from February. More details as soon as we get them.
Posted by Cptn
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